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 - Georgia Tann f State's Editor's: Following is...
Georgia Tann f State's Editor's: Following is the first ; California a series en adoption of AUdren I eould afford Tennessee. It deals with the 1 movie stars market In babies whlcfi ti-' The new 18 years ago. The case led ; exhorbitant revision of state laws governing and other adoptions.) money went By JOHN T. Ctaniff MEMPHIS (AP) Georgia undoubtedly did more to improve Tennessee adoption laws she realized. She died less a year before her deeds brought action. Ten years ago Miss Tann. a educated spinster of 59, called by some the foremost authority of her time on child adoption laws. It was typical that on her deathbed this highly efficient, sometimes said. How? She account at a the name of Children's Home its Memphis herself to - checks Where did from? that Miss the board for pregnant girls and offspring,

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  1. The Leaf-Chronicle,
  2. 20 Dec 1960, Tue,
  3. Page 3

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